In this end-to-end tutorial, Johannes Ernst shows how to download and install UBOS on a Raspberry Pi 3, without a keyboard or a monitor, and get Nextcloud running on it.
UBOS continues to make great steps forward. In the latest beta, we have added support for more types of hardware to run UBOS on, more apps, important software upgrades, and many small improvements that make your life as owner of a UBOS device in production just so much easier.
It’s been longer since beta 4 than we would have liked, but if you work on a big chunk of new functionality, that’s sometimes what happens!
We are proud that UBOS beta 4 has been released:
Raspberry Pi Geek Magazin has a five-page (!) in-depth article on UBOS in its latest 03/2015 issue, calling UBOS “pfiffig” (clever) and “it is a lot of fun.
UBOS user Emmanual Arthur wrote us with this experience report. You can often find him on #ubos.
Let’s say you have set up a site with one app (e.g. owncloud), as it is described in Setting up your first web app. What if you’d like to run a second app at the same site, say selfoss?
We are proud that UBOS beta 3 has been released this morning.
The next UBOS / Indie Box meetup is going to be on Monday, March 9, 6:30pm, at the Hacker Dojo, in Mountain View, CA.